30. Amy Stipe - GableGotwals

45 minutes

Amy Stipe is a Director and President of GableGotwals, a full-service, nationwide law firm with more than 100 attorneys. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and has held leadership duties with a number of prestigious groups, including Oklahoma County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division Task Force, Oklahoma Bar Association’s Mineral Law Section, and the Mineral Lawyers Society of Oklahoma City.

Amy has spoken to a wide variety of groups, including the University of Oklahoma College of Law, the Mineral Lawyers Society of Oklahoma City, among others. She is committed to serving the community by volunteering her legal services to various local groups.

In this episode, Amy discusses the importance of being adaptable as a business, how mentorship can help propel a career, and how time management skills are a vital tool.

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